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On the Banks of a River Entrepreneurial Journey of a Special Girl

Author Name: Siv | Format: Paperback | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

India needs more entrepreneurs who can build sufficient social wealth and create additional employment opportunities in the country. Mahathi can never know where she was born and who her parents are. Will she achieve her goal of becoming a successful entrepreneur and emerge as a game-changer?

On the Banks of a River is an intriguing story that traces the journey of the protagonist, Mahathi, who, from very humble beginnings, becomes a hero by realizing her long-cherished dream of becoming a successful entrepreneur. But the biggest challenge for her is to live with her disability – she suffers from polio since her childhood and is also an orphan – and fight against all odds associated with it. A social activist called Sathyam picks her up from a roadside dustbin and joins her in an orphanage. Mahathi befriends her schoolmate Rina and their bonding lasts for a lifetime. Rina initially resists joining hands with Mahathi but eventually becomes a partner in her entrepreneurial journey.

The book in your hands is an interesting read, which will surely leave you after reading with a sense of hope and a lot of empathy for the myriad underprivileged people struggling for their survival.

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Siv

Siv is a Guindy Engineering College graduate and holds a master’s degree in English literature. He is a prolific writer of novels, short stories, poems and essays in English and Telugu. He is also a translator and has three books to his credit.

Siv was the recipient of the Ampasayya Naveen Literary Trust award for his Telugu debut novel, Harivillu, in 2017. He loves music, travelling and playing tennis. He quit working as an associate professor to dedicate his time to writing and pursuing his hobbies.

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